The University of Exeter

Exeter University
University of Exeter, Northcote House, The Queen’s Drive, Exeter, EX4 4QJ
01392 723044
Rating summary
The University of Exeter 4.1 / 2068 reviews
5 stars
761
4 stars
931
3 stars
263
2 stars
72
1 stars
41

Student Hut User Ranking

27 / 93

Recent Degree Reviews

This is a great subject to choose if you are fascinated into how life began and how life continues to thrive through the intricate...
The university is a very beautiful place to be - it is often said that students enjoy being on campus, and a fact that we always...

Recent Module Reviews

Going to review purely because it was the weakest of all of the modules I took, the essays we were given very little instruction...
This module aim to introduce you to the main critical theories in a chronological fashion. This compulsory module feels like a nice...
Student Stats
Number of students
19,520
Male : Female
46 : 54
Full time : Part time
94 : 6
UK : International
74 : 28
Undergrad : Postgrad
77 : 23
Exeter University
Overview

The University of Exeter is located in the city of Exeter, Devon, where it is the principal higher education institution. The university has three campuses: Streatham; St Luke's (both of which are in Exeter); and Tremough in Cornwall. Streatham is the largest campus containing many of the university's administrative buildings, and is regarded as one of the most beautiful in the country.

Rating summary
The University of Exeter 4.1 / 2068 reviews
5 stars
761
4 stars
931
3 stars
263
2 stars
72
1 stars
41

Student Hut User Ranking

27 / 93

Recent Degree Reviews

This is a great subject to choose if you are fascinated into how life began and how life continues to thrive through the intricate...
The university is a very beautiful place to be - it is often said that students enjoy being on campus, and a fact that we always...

Recent Module Reviews

Going to review purely because it was the weakest of all of the modules I took, the essays we were given very little instruction...
This module aim to introduce you to the main critical theories in a chronological fashion. This compulsory module feels like a nice...